Family Homelessness Prevention
The Family Eviction Program provides eviction prevention services including funds to pay back rent, case management, budgeting advice, and other referrals. This program serves low-income families renting anywhere in San Francisco, including in San Francisco Housing Authority units. The Family Eviction Program is administered by Catholic Charities, a nonprofit partner of the Human Services Agency. Call (415) 972-1300 for more information.
Eviction Defense Collaborative
If you are a low-income family, a single adult, an individual with a disability, or a senior and are threatened with eviction, we can help. Services may include funds to pay back rent, eviction defense, legal assistance, and tenant rights education. The Eviction Defense Collaborative is a nonprofit partner of the Human Services Agency. Call (415) 947-0797 for more information.
MOHCD – Season of Sharing
Season of Sharing offers one-time, crisis-based assistance to San Francisco County residents for housing (i.e. security deposit, delinquent rent or delinquent mortgage). Season of Sharing also provides funding for critical family needs (such as essential furniture and medically-necessary appliances) for applicants moving out of homelessness into permanent housing.
This program’s intent is to help eligible households regain stability after experiencing an unforeseen emergency situation beyond their control. This program will not negatively impact your immigration status nor public charge (if either of those are concerns for you).
Eligible recipients include:
- Low-to-moderate income families with dependent children 18 years of age and under;
- Seniors who are age 55 and older;
- Individuals with permanent disabilities;
- Pregnant women in their 2nd or 3rd trimester;
- Emancipated foster youth between the ages of 18 and 24; and
- Survivors of domestic violence and/or violent crimes.
Applications are processed by partner agencies.
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